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Do you pride yourself in finding the best deals or stretching your dollar out to its limits? Then you might want to take a look at this list showing some of America's "cheapest" cities by living expenses that featured law schools as highly ranked as the University of Texas. It's a list that will surely give you "bang for the buck" types something to think about.
We'll cover some other interesting aspects of the lists here.
Cheap Cities Primary Concern, Rank Secondary
It's pretty much self-explanatory list, as the ABA Journal reports: the cheapest cities are paired with the best-ranking law schools in those cities. Here's what topped the list if your first concern is living in a cheap city:
Rank Primary, City Cheapness Secondary
Here's a different view, where law school rank is your primary concern, next to city cheapness:
It really looks like St. Louis and Knoxville are the clear winners with regards to the overall balance between city affordability and rank, owing to the fact that those names appeared twice for the top three. This means that you could attend the 18th "best" law school in America while also saving some dough along the way. But if you want to spend a little more (and work a little harder LSAT-wise), you can shoot for UT Law.